Thread: Teds Conversion drive shaft
03-30-2011, 04:22 PM #1
Teds Conversion drive shaft
Guys I have a Teds drive shaft that was ordered for a 50mm seadoo adapter plate for a gprxp. BUT like a dumb behind I bought a 75mm adapter from philip as I did not do my home work correctly.
So I am gonna sell my NEW Never used Teds driveshaft at a reduced rate to help someone out.
I have spoke to Philip and he makes 50mm adapters so if someone wants to buy this and save money and then buy the adapter from Philipgpr just contact him and I.
Also if you have a JD-1 adapter it is 50mm's also!
Pic is bellow and all you get is the driveshaft in the pic. It was test fitted and found it was the short one and is still mint NEW!
Anyway Mint new never run teds conversion drive shaft. $335 shipped to your door.
Please just pm me for any questions or post here.
04-01-2011, 07:28 AM #2
Guys since I have ordered anothere shaft from Ted/Mark, I really don't just need this one sitting on the shelf as I will not ever switch my adapter size and use it. If you are building a conversion This is a super deal. So anyway to maybe make this easier to move, I will take parts on trade to help move this thing. I would ocnsider a XSCer, Stock X 42lb injecters and a Riva X Bar clamp. NOTE I don't want JUNK!
04-01-2011, 02:29 PM #3
Can I ask in what material is it made?
04-01-2011, 05:06 PM #4
Thomas you may ask, but I will not be able to tell you as I really don't know the answer. I will say it is made by the best in the bussiness, PERIOD, (Ted Thompson)Ted is the one that fixes everyone elses crap, but you pay for it. If you don't know ted and is work it really is hard to understand, but In my opinion he is the one you can trust with out a doubt.
I will ask him or mark to post if they can. YOU will not be dissappointed and YES I will ship it to you in FINLAND.
04-02-2011, 01:17 AM #5
I'm a little interested to build the seadoo pump on the gprxp.
I'll be in touch in case I want to buy it.
04-02-2011, 06:01 PM #6
I'll let Ted answer if he wants to. Here is an email he sent the SD guys for their extension driveshafts that he is making...
The material and heat-treat used would equate to 200,000 PSI of tensile strength, compared to the aftermarket shafts sent to me for evaluation is at around 110,000 PSI.......so ours would be almost double the strength. The Seadoo oem and after market shafts are made from low-cost carbon steels and induction hardened at the splines...this is why they rust away when left wet. I suspect the stock SD shafts are made from 4140 or 8620
We would use a certified stainless and processes it in a completely heat-treated state to help minimize runout and distortion that will occur when post heat-treating. This stainless will be very close to what a SHO/FZR or GPR driveshaft are made from, so as you know, rust and corrosion would be greatly reduced along with superior strength advantage.
04-04-2011, 10:57 AM #7
Guys in order to help compensate some for the other drive shaft purchase I am gonna lower the price on this shaft. I am gonna go a full $100 off the new price and offer it at $325 shipped to your door in the US.
I will ship anywhre for just actual shipping.
Take the $100 Savings and buy the 50mm adapter from Philip and that is a hell of a deal IMO.
04-08-2011, 04:26 PM #8
Is anyone at all interested in this shaft?
It is for the JD-1 ----50mm seadoo pump adapter for a gprxp conversion.
You can also have philip make you a 50mm adapter.
Not even a low ball offer????
04-14-2011, 10:41 AM #9
150.00 bucs plus shipping...Is that low enough?
04-14-2011, 04:01 PM #10
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